Produced in the same funny and irreverent tone fans are growing to love about the game, the new video demonstrates WildStar’s unique system of Free Form Targeting that gives players better moment-to-moment control and provides a real sense of risk vs. reward – while totally shaking up the traditional aiming and MMO targeting method.
You will also be able to choose to use some automation like selling items or repair while visiting a vendor and when your inventory is displayed. By clicking on the top-left button, you will open a small window allowing you to view your bank or to open the options. The second button will allow you to display your currently equipped bags. To hide them, you can simply push this button a second time. In the bottom part, you will find all of your currencies by moving your mouse on the currencies frame, a button to open the salvage all window and another to open your trade skills inventory.
Track Master allows you to easily track places. Currently the following trackers are supported:
- Nearest Mailbox
- Current Target
- Current Quest (Click a quest in the mini log)
- Waypoint (Right click the main map)
- Focus Target
Having discovered the legendary planet Nexus, the Exiles made the long, treacherous journey across the stars to make the planet their new home - and they're ready to throw down with the Dominion to defend it.
Strain Ultra Drop is almost here and it will reveal even more of planet Nexus: more loot, more content, and more awesomeness than you will be able to digest!
This stealth-based melee class uses claws and a special actuator suit to enable him/her to sneak up on unsuspecting foes and eviscerate them faster than they can say, "Dorian Walker." Check out this video for a little taste of the Stalker's combat prowess!
Nothing here is what it seems.
Why should I care about it? Is it nutritional? Will my dog enjoy it? Well, we can't promise to answer all of those questions, but we're pretty sure we've covered the basics in this video. Enjoy!
Are you ready? This lesson might be a painful one.
Crank the Virtual Carnage Meter up to INFINITY as we dive into Adventures in our latest DevSpeak!
There are a lot of things we could say about WildStar. It's fun! It's innovative! It's the best thing since sliced bread! Or we can cut the BS, show you the game, and explain the cool things that we're doing. That's what DevSpeak is all about.
BOOM! The latest episode of DevSpeak breaks down what is awesome about the Path system in WildStar!
Then take a lock-n-load off and plunge headfirst into the good stuff: WildStar ADVENTURES!
You'll discover what we mean by "needing our players to interact with their abilities in a much more reactive way", so be sure to watch this new episode of Devspeak!
Can't wait until June? Then check out our pre-order page for all of the details on how you can get a 3 day head start, beta weekend access, an exclusive rocket house, and more!
To bring you up to speed with the faction's member races, we introduce Malvolio Portius, who has begrudgingly agreed to take time from his busy schedule to discuss the Dominion with you.
Learn more about how you can make your fortress a machine of destruction with plugs, traps, summoned monsters, and more!
Prepare yourself for the turbulently cerebral mysteries of...THE ESPER.
There are currently the following trigger types:
- On Critical
- On Deflect
- Resources (Primary & Secondary)
- Moment of Opportunity Tracking
- Scriptable (Custom triggers)
- Limited Action Set Checker
Icons can be shown only when in combat.
Icons can be shown only when a specific Action Set is activated.
Icons can be shown either Always, or when All, Any or No triggers pass.
Sounds can be played when All, Any or No triggers pass.
Icons can have timed effects.
Options can be accessed through the slash command /tt
The Medic is ready to operate!
Unite. Build. Fight. Win.
BetterQuestLog is a minimalist oriented quest log replacement that does away with the episode/category/quest tree-style of quest menu in favor of the more familiar flat menu.
WildStar's AMP interface brings a wide variety of character customization to the game. Sometimes it can be tough to track down the inlaid AMPs that you need for your ultimate character build -- most are bought for reputation or Prestige currency, others are granted as quest rewards, and the toughest to find are only available by killing random bad guys across Nexus. Some kind souls may place these on the Commodity Exchange in Thayd or Illium!